Bit of a slow news morning, Mobotniks, so plenty of time to catch up on bits and pieces from over the weekend and that.
Remember the other day we were saying that universal search was set to return to the Samsung Galaxy S III with an imminent update? You’ll never guess what’s happened…
Apple had a good moan about the Samsung Galaxy S III's universal search over in the States, and it was ruled that the function borrowed a little too much from patented Cupertino technology.
As such, a software update removed universal search from the Samsung Galaxy S III, however it was “inadvertently” applied to handsets in the UK, which are of course exempt from the stateside ruling.
Samsung held its hands up, admitted its mistake, and promised a quick update to rectify the thingy.
Well, sooner than Samsung Galaxy S III owners could scream: “Where the hell’s my universal search?” – Sammo has fired out the promised update.
Better still, the 5MB Samsung Galaxy S III update offers "stability improvements", alongside new baseband and Linux kernel action.
And everyone lives happily ever after. Huzzah!
via: Android Central